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May 22, 2009, 4:16 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Geotagging, Wikipedia, have a great weekend!

Two new tools by Yahoo and Google make geotagging content much easier http://tr.im/m61J »

Since Wikipedia links so well, it’s possible to map communities of articles. Scroll down for chart http://tr.im/m7Tn (via @wikisignpost»

Depressing chart on newspaper classifieds would, on the bright side, make an excellent roller coaster http://tr.im/m7xD »

“15 ways to rework your next blog post title,” one of which is making it a list, natch http://tr.im/m6Zh »

By the time you finish reading this tweet, an hour of video will have been uploaded to YouTube http://tr.im/m6VO »

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